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The Sights and Scenes From Bumbershoot

A look at the confetti-blasting music festival that took over Seattle Center during Labor Weekend weekend.

By Easton Richmond September 5, 2017

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Fans flocked to Seattle Center for Bumbershoot, the annual Labor Day weekend music festival that draws an increasingly young crowd. Seattle’s own Odesza closed out the raucous fest Sunday. Click through the photos above for highlights of the electronic duo’s performance, plus a glimpse at other notable including Lorde, Lil Yachty, E-40, X Ambassadors, ZZ Ward, Flo Rida, Flume, Amine and Big Wild. After being dazzled by photographer Easton Richmond’s eyecandy (cool elephant mask, Yachty), read about Weezer’s rough day at Bumbershoot here.

 

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